Anus language

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Native to Indonesia
Region Papua
Native speakers 320  (2005)
Language family
Language codes
ISO 639-3 auq

The Anus language is a tribal language spoken in the Irian Jaya province of Indonesia. It is an Austronesian language.

As of 2005, there are almost 70 speakers of the language all of whom are members of a tribal group living on an island in the Sarmi-Jayapura Bay in West Papua.

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